Nick Peters – Bluff (Original Mix)

So where does this sit on the tropical house spectrum? With a very jazzy saxophone and some laid back beats, great vocals and lush piano, ‘Bluff’ does stand out from the rest. The French producer from Tours has done well here and is very new to the scene! Looking forward to more!

LYAR – Cool (ft. Matthew J. Kurz)

Having featured on Friday Style a couple of times last year, LYAR return with their latest single ‘Cool’. Fresh, summery and funky, this merges the tropical and deep styles of house music and blends in Matthew J. Kurz’s vocals beautifully. A little more than just your average club/house record, ‘Cool’ is well produced and infectious. … Continue reading

Beyonce – Formation (Laibert Remix)

With the shock release of Lemonade some weeks ago it’s not surprising to see Beyonce remixes cropping up all over the place. This one really stood out, with an opening tropical house style that isn’t actually tropical house, before adding in the synths and Bey’s famous vocals. Different, but we like. With an EP scheduled … Continue reading

Queen & David Bowie – Under Pressure (Traveler Remix)

Nothing like a remix to get the weekend started! Everyone knows the original, Traveler add their own pop-house spin into the mix and it’s pretty good. Though they seem to be a widely unknown force (we don’t even know if they are a he/she/they), here’s hoping ‘Under Pressure’ resonates with the fans and gains some … Continue reading

Falqo – Across The Sea

Whether you’ve heard of Falqo before or not, it’s near-on impossible not to get swept into the summery disco vibes of this Australian producer. So go out and enjoy some glorious April sunshine if there is some!

Manila Killa – All That’s Left (feat. Joni Fatora)

Just under a year ago we featured a Manila Killa track (a collab with Aobeats & Jai Wolf), but since then we’ve heard little from the Filipino producer, aside from some great Hotel Garuda releases, which he is one half of. So it was very exciting to see ‘All That’s Left’ pop up earlier in … Continue reading